Canadian Terry Industries MFG Homelite SXL-925W. 190psi cold.
:couchbeer: Not bad eh?
Starting this thread in case the original Homelite Thread goes to 'archives' or whatever....
SXL-925 (and the earlier XL-700/800/900 series saws) are pretty common, although they're usually pretty well used. Full wrap handlebars are somewhat uncommon....but not scarce. They are strong runners. Red97 recently had an XL923 (think that was the model) and an SXL-925 for sale recently. May still have at least one of them.How common overall is this saw?
Did them make eleventybilliion? or just a few for you and JJ ?
Bone stock. On the high side of normal for a 925. This saw looks to be almost new. Most good healthy runners serm to be in the 150-170psi range. I have one with a scored piston that still runs strong and blows 130psi. I have a new piston for that saw.I find some of those saws have a cool vintage race look to them . :bananacape:
190lb , is that normal or has it been tweaked Aaron ?
Here is one in K-town Pete you might be interested in? Or, anyone for that matter. I am tempted to talk him down. Could make arrangements. Figuring $70 or so would be a fair deal if it is sound. Full-wrap bonus. New kit and chain. Runs well apparently.thinkin id like one o those, too bad not separate tank, like bigger ones. have run the 2100 hard & not boiled fuel.